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The R-Word

During three years of high school, I have been in Best Buddies, a club where you are paired with a ...
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Past the Pill

All it takes is a simple comment or action and a bee’s nest appears. Another thought is another bee. One ...
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Does high school prepare us to succeed in life?

Six in elementary, two in middle and four in high school, is it 12 years of wasted time? “When are ...
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Are High Expectations Suffocating the Youth of Today?

Most parents and teachers of today have heard of the positive effects of having high expectations for their children and ...
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An Artist’s Review of Different Mediums: Ranked from Low to Medium to High

Oil Pastels: A glorified version of crayons. These waxy pastels are less powdery than their chalk pastel counterparts, and consequently ...
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Academic Integrity: What does it mean to you?

Your alarm clock goes off. You’re awake, panicked— bags under your eyes, coffee on your breath, pencil in your hand, ...
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Team 2791

Shaker High School provides us not only with education but with opportunities. Among our school’s strengths is the sheer number ...
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Join A Club, Save A Life

Did you know that 70 million children under the age of 5 will die of preventable causes between 2017 and ...
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It’s 2017: Why is There Still a Stigma Against Women Being Confident, Assertive, and Proud of Their Achievements?

2016 may have been the year of the woman, but there is still a long way to go in the ...
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The Bond Vote: An Editorial

The infamous Bond vote. North Colonie’s brilliant plan to expand our schools and our community. It included turf fields that ...
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